Part-time Second Shift Behavioral Health and Chemical Dependency Counselor
Recovery Defined is seeking a Behavioral Health / Chemical Dependency Counselor for a part-time position in our Dayton, Ohio office. The position requires an LCDCII, LCDC III, LPC or LSW Behavioral Health credential with a minimum of 2 years experience. This individual will provide drug and alcohol and or/ behavioral health counseling services by conducting individual and group therapy sessions. The incumbent will also complete the required documentation and monitor patient progress towards therapeutic goals.
This is the ideal position for a counselor who has a desire to join a growing treatment program.
This position’s hours are flexible up to 25 hours per week but the following hours must be kept:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 4:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Recovery Defined’s Chemical Dependency Counselor position requires an active Ohio LCDCII, LCDCIII, LPC, or LSW or another equivalent licensure.
Recovery Defined’s benefits include:
- Medical, Dental, & Vision
- Company Paid CEUs
- PTO, Vacation and Sick Leave
- Growing Organization with Growth Opportunities
- Clinical growth and supervision
- This position is outpatient-based with no weekends
At Recovery Defined Behavioral Health and Chemical Dependency Counselor’ responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Provide diagnosis and treatment for clients within the range of program services, especially those requiring chemical dependency treatment.
- Act as an advocate for program participants with other services as appropriate in order to make referrals and conduct follow-ups.
- Coordinates the implementation of treatment-related activities.
- Facilitate group counseling sessions.
- Monitor and document drug screening results.
- Ensures compliance with clinical programming.
- Maintains and completes required documentation prior to the end of the shift. To include communication, incident reports, progress notes using clinical documentation.
- Provide outreach and case management to patients.
- Prepare written reports, progress notes, and summaries for consultation according to program standards and professional ethics in accordance with Ohio Chemical Dependency Board requirements.